Exhibition Dates: July 26 - September 14, 2019. Wednesdays-Saturdays, 12-6
p.m. Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography is a research
project and a pedagogical tool that explores the event of photography.
This project was conceived and produced by Ariella Azoulay, Wendy Ewald,
Susan Meiselas, Leigh Raiford and Laura Wexler, who worked
collaboratively to study over 100 photography projects, created between
1860 and the present. Based on the assumption that a degree zero of collaboration is at the
basis of the event of photography, this
project explores photography through the lens of collaboration. It
proposes a potential history of photography that is different from the
dominant history of single photographers and their approach and
techniques through a study of the material, practical
and political conditions of collaboration.